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New Pic From Alfonso Cuaron's 'Gravity' Shows Off Sandra Bullock in Zero Gravity

If there's one movie that I can honestly say that I've been waiting for for years, it's Gravity. After delivering Children of Men, a masterpiece that was overlooked by the Academy, director Alfonso Cuaron turned his attention to Gravity, spending years trying to perfect the look and feel of the film. Gravity was originally scheduled to debut in 2013, and I included it in the 2013 edition of 10 Movies to Keep on Your Radar for the Oscars. When Gravity got delayed, I came right back a year later and listed it again on the 2014 edition of the list.

Gravity is finally coming to theaters on Oct. 4, putting the film right at the beginning of Oscar season. In early May, we got our first look at Gravity thanks to the movie's first trailer. It doesn't take a dummy to realize that Gravity is stunning and has a ton of potential. (Yes, this means that the kids behind me in the theater who laughed at the trailer when it ran before Man of Steel are dummies.)

On Tuesday, USA Today ran a piece on Gravity, with a new picture of Sandra Bullock included. As I mentioned, Cuaron mission to perfect the look of zero gravity is what held up the film.
Director Alfonso Cuarón spent nearly five years trying to perfect the look of zero gravity for the thriller Gravity, starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney (out Oct. 4). 
"We wanted to shoot the whole film showing zero gravity with the actors moving in a choreographic way," say Cuarón, perhaps best known for directing 2004's Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. "This has never been done before. It was a journey of learning. But it looks pretty darn good."
Gravity also stars George Clooney, and according to USA Today, Cuaron is set to show off some new footage during Comic-Con in later July. Head past the jump to check out the full picture of Bullock.

New Pic From Alfonso Cuaron's 'Gravity' Shows Off Sandra Bullock in Zero Gravity Reviewed by Bill Kuchman on 7/09/2013 Rating: 5

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